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Election unlikely to herald the change Angolans have been clamouring for

Election unlikely to herald the change Angolans have been clamouring for

28th August 2017 On 23 August Angolans went to the polls to elect a new parliament, and for the first time in the lives of a great majority of the population, a new... 

What Barack Obama's record breaking Mandela tweet tells us about the world

What Barack Obama's record breaking Mandela tweet tells us about the world

28th August 2017 What is it about former US President Barack Obama’s record-setting tweet – it has already surpassed 1.6-million retweets and 4.5-million “likes” –... 

 Building greater economic inclusion in South Africa

Building greater economic inclusion in South Africa

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      28th August 2017 There are many ways to build economic inclusiveness in South Africa, such as making it obligatory for companies to include nominees from its... 

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Land and property rights: 'title deeds as usual' won’t work

Land and property rights: 'title deeds as usual' won’t work 

By: Econ3x3      25th August 2017 Renewed emphasis in policy discourses on systematic land titling to solve insecure tenure in South Africa is understandable. A staggering two... 

Those who brought Zuma to power shouldn't be forgotten, or forgiven

Those who brought Zuma to power shouldn't be forgotten, or forgiven 

25th August 2017 It is now a matter of record – rather than an issue for serious debate – that the presidency of Jacob Zuma has been an unmitigated disaster for... 

 The mysterious allure of the Southern African Development Community

The mysterious allure of the Southern African Development Community

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      25th August 2017 Some eyebrows were raised when South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma announced last weekend that Comoros had been admitted as the Southern African... 

Do mothers & newborns run a higher risk of dying in Nairobi, as governor Sonko said?

Do mothers & newborns run a higher risk of dying in Nairobi, as governor Sonko said?

By: Africa Check     25th August 2017 Nairobi’s second governor, the colourful Mike Sonko, took office on 21 August. In his inaugural speech outlining his priorities for the Kenyan... 

Nuclear scenarios

Nuclear scenarios

By: Terence Creamer     25th August 2017 For attentive followers of developments in South Africa’s not-always-transparent energy sector, a section in Jackkie Cilliers’ new book, ‘Fate of... 

Has South Africa’s labour movement become a middle class movement?

Has South Africa’s labour movement become a middle class movement?

24th August 2017 Do South African trade unions still represent the working class? The South African labour landscape has undergone massive changes in the past few... 

 Is Congo-Brazzaville constructing a fractured ‘new republic’?

Is Congo-Brazzaville constructing a fractured ‘new republic’?

By: ISS, Institute for Security Studies      24th August 2017 The highly contested 2015 constitutional referendum in the Republic of the Congo set in motion a process of institutional reform which the... 

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